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to see the united states senate taking a more conservative track. >> even high school is not off limits. >> i did some stupid things in high school, and if i hurt anyone, i am sorry and apologize for it. >> lawmakers still at it. voters in europe trigger a political tsunami. >> money flows like water, and if the dam breaks some place, it could flood, even here in america. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> vice president joe biden has acquired a reputation as a person afflicted with foot-in- mouth disease. on last sunday's "meet the press," he said that gay marriage is fine with him. >> i'm comfortable with the fact that man marrying men, women marrying women, are entitled to the same rights. >> that caused a major flat amid the chattering classes, and by midweek, in an interview with robin roberts, the president suggested joe biden had jumped the gun. >> he got out a little bit over his skis. >> the president says he had already made the decision to come out in favor of gay marriage before the democratic national convention in north carolina in septemb
the united states was involved, are reprehensible speech in many ways, but, you know, barack obama ordered the killing of osama bin laden. how is this relevant? >> you used the word "reprehensible," in connection with the idea of running an ad about jeremiah wright. it is not at all off limits. tactically, i guess a mistake, and romney is right not to do it -- it is a mistake, and romney is right not to do it. he doesn't need to. today, obama has a record. you run against his record. he is not a mystery. but the idea that somehow it is off limits or reprehensible as chirac procuracy on the part of the press -- is sheer hypocrisy on the part of the press. >> the reality is that this was not dropped by the press in 2008. it was a central issue which dominated theampaign for close to a week and led to president obama -- then-candidate obama -- giving the most watched the speech of his generation did reverend wright had many shownts, on bill moyers' and many other venues, and john mccain to his credit said that this was something we would not approach. >> there was a steady drumbeat from rush
9/11 as if somehow the united states government was involved, it was a reprehensible speech in many ways. but, you know, barack obama ordered the killing of osama bin laden. how is this relevant? >> you just used the word earlier, "reprehensible," in reference to running at about jeremiah wright. it is not off-limits. tactically, piteous a mistake. in 2008, obama -- tactically, it is a mistake in 2008, obama had no record or history of achievements, so all you had to go on were associations, which the press ignored and declared off-limits. today, he has a record, but the idea that it is off-limits is sheer hypocrisy on the part of the press. >> call it what you want, charles. the reality is that this was not dropped by the press in 2008. it was a central issue which dominated the campaign for close to a week and it led to president obama, then-candidate obama, giving the most watched the speech of his generation. reverend wright >> this week on "insid -- reverend wright had moments on bill moyers' show and a number of venues, and john mccain, to his credit, said this is not somethin
% is a statement. the governor of west virginia, a democrat, and the united states senator john mentioned will not reveal for whom they voted -- joe manchin will not reveal for whom they voted in the primary. >> wesvirginia vere the barack obama. hillary clinton -- west region and never did love barack obama. hillary clinton buried him. >> lyndon johnson had a similar experience -- >> look what happened to him. >> that indicated he was going to be in trouble. south carolina, the race last year, an unknown individual with a criminal record also won the democratic nomination and got votes from people who knew nothing abt him. >> the democratic party is a big tent party. >> that prison in texas has some of the worst of the worst also. >> there are a lot of angry voters out there bank, if they are voting for cons. >> angry republican voters told lugar take a hike. >> the lugar election, which you could see coming about a month and half ago, is real evidence of such polarization that mr. mourdock said, "the problem with lugar is that he voted across party lines start this in my view, that is n
and expects china to clear the way to leave the country. beijing demanded the united states apologize for keeping chen at the embassy for six days did hillary clinton has said it was an extraordinary set of stats and we don't expect it to be repeated to "wolfe street journal closed -- "the wall street journal" -- what is your take, evan? >> funny crisis. all you have to keep your eye on his u.s.-chinese relations. this guy is not the main event. the main event is just getting along with the chinese. that does not mean we have to kowtow to them, but we have to get along with them. to see romney try to make hay out of this thing -- longer interest is with u.s.-chinese relations. >> nina? >> having a political candidate not nikkei out of it would be like a water spaniel not go in the water. we as a free society, we want to do everything, and it is and absolut concept often with our national interests -- an absolute concept often with our national interests. darman and a battle with china among different factions, with the military have and what position and reform people having another.
. beijingg wants the united states to apologize for keeping him at the embassy, and clinton has said that it was an extraordinary circumstance and we don't expect it to be repeated. when " the wall street journrnal" says it is a sign n of weakness what is your take evan? >> pny crisis. what you have to keep yourye on this u.s.-chinese relations. that is the larger picicture here. i do't blame him for getting -- he is not the main event. the main event is us getting along with china. that does not mean we hahaveo kowtow to them, but we have to get along. i sliked seeing romney tried to make hay out of this thing because the larger issssue is u.u.s.-chinese relations. >> nina? >> having a political cdidate not make hay out o of it is like having a waterpaniel not go in the water. these ings are i incncredibly complicated. we as a free society want to do everything, anit is in conflict often with our national interests on a larger scale. in this case, there may have also been aa battle in china among different factions with the military havaving one position and reformer people having a
, a democrat, and the united states senator joe manchin, will n not reveal for home they voted in the tuesday primary. the prisoner will be at the reeation arein 20 minutes. >> west virgin at never did love barack obam hillary clinton buried him. >> to follow on mark's point linden johnson had a simimar experience in new hampshire. >> but what happened to him. >> we saw something comparable in south carolina last year, when an unknown i individual with a criminal record won the democratic nomination and got thosose from people who knew nothing about him. same thing in this case in west virginia- >> the democratic party is a big tent. >> that pron ibelmonte's the worst of the worst, also. >> wee have a lot of angry voters out there and, if they are voting for cons. >> angry republican voters told lugar to takake a height. >>he lugar election which you could see comoming about month and half ago is evidence of such polarization that mr. mourdock said that the problem with lugar is that h crossed party lines. in my ew, that is not a way to run a country, but ideas winning momore and more. -- ti
in the direction of greece. the problem we are witnessing in greece, we are witnessing in the united states. the leadership addressing problems that are well known and right in front of us -- the gridlock you see any greece is also gridlock we have,olitical gridlo, in the united states, and to try to put this on the face of obama is ludicrous. we know what is happening. the republicans will never agree anything that will allow a compromise -- >> democrats had control of the house, the senate, and the presidency for two years and did nothing on entitlements -- >> how can you- >> nothing otax reform, and that is what is killing us econonomically and destroying our treasury. unleless you get learship on that, you get nowhere. >> with the structure of e republican party, you cannot get anytng done. >> if republicans run on the paul ryan budget in 2012, they are committing an act of political self-immolation. [ male announcer ] this was how my day began. a little bird told me about a band... ♪ ♪ an old man shared some fish stories... ♪ ♪ oooh, my turn. ♪ ♪ she
to kabul. the united states, no more nighttime raids in homes by nato troops. no question that public opinion on this war has swung totally and four years. keeping troops there, now 2/3 of americans are getting out immediately. >> what aut the osamain laden issue? he talks about that frequently. people say he is speaking of football i should not be so gleeful. >> this from a party that reveled in talking about 9/11? this is what political candidates do. you don't take one of your signature, and hide it under a bush -- signature accomplishment and hide it under a bush. >> romney says that jimmy carte uld have ph that butn. >> that probably is unfair. >> jimmy carter pushed a harder one to t tried a rescue operation -- he tried a rescue operation to yes, of course he would have. he showed in the rescue mission that unfortunately did not succeed. >> look, the secretary of defense was recommending against this mission, the vice president was not in favor. you cannot say i guess clear -- say it is clear. >> ithe gloating or this ing? >> of course he is. it is the most successful thing he h
dearly that he makes it to the united states with his family. the soviets whenever our banker, -- were never our banker, and that is a major difference. >> interesting point. >> the evidence indicates that he really did change his mind. i heard in an interview with the assistant secretary of state who was in on those meetings with him the entire time on the day we all thought he would be released and it was a good deal, and it was very clear that he was going to have a rough time, -- and itt want to l was not going to be easy. >> the u.s. crushed this to clear the decks for the summit? >> maybe. it is easy to feel noble about human rights, but what is the actual impact on u.s.-chinese relations regardless of what the specific facts are? that is the larger issue. we get emotional about defending the sky. >> if you want to be an emotional and very realpolitik and purely strategic come in the long run, the only way we will have a safe world and good relations with china is if it liberalizes. for liberalization, there is one thing that matters above all, to know that there is a place in th
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